• President and Sister Eyring

    BYU-Idaho prepares for upcoming inauguration

    Attendees are encouraged to arrive early, as seats cannot be saved past 1:40 p.m. The doors will be opened for those who arrive late, and overflow seating in the Hart Auditorium will accommodate all other attendees once the I-Center has reached capacity.

  • View from the students' launched balloon.

    Students to launch high altitude balloon during eclipse

    Students in the Department of Physics, in collaboration with Dr. John Sohl and his students from Weber State University in Ogden, Utah, will launch a specialized helium balloon, designed for high altitude flight, rigged with six GoPro cameras to capture the solar eclipse.

  • Solar Eclipse

    Department of Physics projects to shine light on eclipse

    To take full advantage of the first total solar eclipse in Rexburg since 1889, the Department of Physics is participating in seven projects, many of which involve collaboration with other organizations.

  • Success is getting your errand from the Lord and pursuing it.

    Students get to know President and Sister Eyring in student Q&A

    President Henry J. Eyring and Sister Kelly Eyring's first student Q&A forum on July 6 brought the students and newly called president and his wife together in an informal setting to address common student concerns.

  • Presidents Eyring and Gilbert meet with members of PAC.

    President’s Advancement Council meets with two presidents

    This council consists of friends of the university who are dedicated to help move the purposes of BYU-Idaho forward.